>>We could generate a lot of cash and Unisolar could expand faster but we would give away a lot of our attraction having many promising irons in the fire.<<
How do you figure? 10% IPO for say 200 million, biuld 3 machinas and sell 10 more, distribute the rest of the shares to ENER shareholders, remember your options get adjusted to INCLUDE the spinoff(!), and we still have OUM, Hydrogen, Batteries etc via ENER.
How many solar facilities can they build at once. where would they get the tech experts to do it. One guy cant be at many places to see that it is constructed right. since I know practically naught about this, someone who does clear up lostn's confusion.
>> How many solar facilities can they build at once. where would they get the tech experts to do it. One guy cant be at many places to see that it is constructed right.<<
If they can't build 10-20 a year we've got NOTHING. The competition will eat our lunch. GE can build hundreds or turbines, jet engines and major machinery and would be a perfect partner for this. If we have to rely on one guy we've got nothing.
so you think unisolar is worth 2 billion? you are kidding. Are the ENER pieces more worth than the whole cake or vice versa? It depends on the actual fashion in the markets. Focusing on core competence, or diversifying, expanding or being too big and complex, the attitiude changes every couple of years.